Premier Inn Stevenage Central
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We spent a good chunk of the day at Borough Market. I loved every second of it. I ate my heart out and then some. I've been getting Kenzie to try every alcoholic beverage I get. Today it was ginger beer. Although not as sweet as Crabbies, it was still good. Apparently, this is where ginger beer originated. My favourite part of the market was all the cheese! I've never ...
... was positioned like he was sitting in a chair with one leg crossed, but he was sitting in mid air. No chair! We walked all the way around him and still couldn't figure out how he did it. Cool! Never seen that before.
Just as we were leaving the square, George noticed a sign on a ...
... between the different sections of Expedia's floorspace of the building. Walking by the meeting rooms, most of them are bright and open, with unfrosted glass and variable furnishings. Outside of the meeting rooms, there are desk spaces similar to Bellevue with a standard layout. On the corners of the floors, there are "street signs" with directions to various destinations and random world facts. It's all very open and fresh!
For lunch, we walked a few blocks down a narrow ...
... talked it over for about ten seconds and decided that it was too much of a bother and it was too cold, so we turned around and headed back into central London to Piccadilly Circus. There was a street vendor a little ways down Piccadilly where Teddy wanted to get some more items, I wanted to visit Fortnum and Mason again, and the famous bookstore Hatchard's next door (it, like Fortnum and Mason, is licensed by the Royal family). Well, the street vendors ...